Forgot about this one
Scenarios to reproduce:
- Degraded pool RAID56 (I think it can be any type of degraded pool but at least to be able to mount it as degraded).
- Reinstall Rockstor with OpenSUSE Leap 15.2 (Don’t think that this is a distro related thing).
- Go to Storage -> Disks -> And click import pool info from one of the HDDs. An error will occur and Rockstor will not be able to do this.
If you mount the pool manually from CLI in a degraded state, then Rockstor can successfully import the pool information.
As this seems to be more like a future then a bug, it will be nice instead of the error to have a message as most of the unskilled users will have trouble to work around this. A nice popup with "before importing pool information type in CLI “# mount -t btrfs -o degraded /dev/[disk that was clicked] /mnt2/mountpoint”.